December 3, 2013 5:43 pm
Updated: December 3, 2013 6:33 pm

Google maps Office of the Prime Minister, Office of the Leader of the Opposition


TORONTO – Who keeps a Beatles mug on his desk, a copy of John Lennon’s biography on his bookshelf, and an adorable photo in his office of his children holding tiny kittens ?

Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

A Beatles mug pictured on the Prime Minister’s desk.

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Thanks to Google Maps, Canadians can now get a glimpse inside Harper’s impeccably clean office on Parliament Hill – from the carved wood walls, to the collection of awards on his bookshelf using Google Street View.

Google started mapping Canada’s Parliament Hill in April and has been releasing different views periodically. In July, the Internet giant released some of the first exploratory images of the Hill, taking users inside the House of Commons, the Red Chamber of the Senate and the Library of Parliament.

WATCH: Tour of Memorial Chamber

The new maps, released Tuesday, also explore the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, the Memorial Chamber, and the view from the Peace Tower observation deck.

WATCH: Tour of Peace Tower observation deck

But the the Leader of the Opposition may have Harper beat when it comes to the cool factor.

Mulcair gets his very own secret doorway.

A secret door pictured in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition.

WATCH: Take a tour of Mulcair’s Office

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